Simply put, Google is now going to make 2FA mandatory, although Google has not said anything about when it will start.
If you also keep the password of your Gmail or any other account “123456” or “password” then there is big news for you. Google will not let you do this now. Google already has 2 Factor Authentication (2FA) but that Not mandatory. Now Google is going to automate 2FA, after which 2FA automatic will be applied in Google account.
Google has given information about it in its blog on the special occasion of World Password Day. Google has written in the blog that in the year 2020, up to 300 percent of searches have been done regarding “how strong is my password”. Google has said that many people use long and strong passwords but that is not enough. Simply put, Google is now going to make 2FA mandatory, although Google has not said anything about when it will start.
Google’s director of management, identity, and user security, Mark Risher, wrote, ‘We are going to start 2FA soon. Users will be able to keep their accounts secure with 2FA through their mobile numbers. ‘ He also mentioned Chrome’s in-built password manager and the recently launched Password Import feature. He says that through Google Chrome, 1,000 passwords of third-party sites can be uploaded for free in Google Password Manager.
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